The transfer saga of Yann Sommer is reportedly reaching its happy ending with Bayern Munich accepting Inter Milan’s offer.

The Italian giants are desperate to sign the Switzerland international after parting ways with Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic earlier in the summer.

However, the Bavarian club was reluctant to sell, considering Sommer an important member of their plans with Manuel Neuer still working on his recovery.

Earlier in the day, news reports claimed that the Nerazzurri would unlock the deal by activating the goalkeeper’s release clause.

Nevertheless, it appears that the two clubs were finally able to reach an amicable agreement on the formula.

According to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Bayern has now accepted an offer from Inter Milan worth 6 million euros.

Interestingly, this is the same figure inserted in the player’s release clause. But based on the agreement with the Bundesliga champions, Inter will pay the transfer fee in two yearly installments.

Inter Milan And Bayern Munich Have At last Reached An Agreement For The Transfer Of Yann Sommer

Di Marzio expects Sommer to make his landing in Italy this weekend. He should undergo routine medical tests on Monday before signing his contract.

The 34-year-old earned fame during his time at FC Basel before spending eight and half years at Borussia Monchengladbach. He joined Bayern Munich last January to fill in for the injured Neuer.

Simone Inzaghi considers him the ideal replacement for Onana due to his ball-playing abilities.